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But, like all good jokes, there needs to be some build-up, for the payoff. There is always a story…before the punchline.
Charm school loses it’s charm after awhile. You get taught to flatter, taught to please. And there weren’t any pulpy tattoo-happy space prisons to send a girl like me to. No one likes a brassy, mouthy board with a sense of humor. Except one.
Let’s call him Mistah J.
Guys you seriously cannot begin to understand how fucking
excited I am that there is a BEAUTIFUL, POWERFUL, KICKASS LADY HERO in
Overwatch that is representing people like me. So many shows and movies have
portrayed autism in terrible ways, to the point where it’s almost always
mockery or the punchline of some awful joke. People fear folks like us because of those portrayals, and it’s
made living with autism so goddamn difficult like I just want to scream all the
But now we have Symmetra, who is intelligent and complex and
gorgeous and guys I’m just so excited
I’m actually crying right now.
please don’t be the voice that tells us
we’re faking it
because we know we don’t deserve saving
that’s why when we admit we’re dying it’s
always a punchline, always a joke, always
“haha i’d go to your party but i plan on spending my night
episode about maya’s dad and her past and the life that is always the biggest punchline and riley literally makes a joke undermining :) maya’s :) intelligence :) while :) she’s :) talking :) to :) her :) dad :) no wonder she doesn’t think she’s good enough
When I was a child I longed for a positive image of an Indian person to be on TV. Apu from the Simpsons didn’t count because his culture was always made the punchline for a joke. I’m just glad that little Indian kids today get to have what I never got a chance to.